Eavey, Rhea, obit, 25 Nov 1974, Morning Herald, Hagerstown, MD

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Eavey, Rhea, obit, 25 Nov 1974, Morning Herald, Hagerstown, MD - - THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, Md. MONDAY....
- THE MORNING HERALD, HAGERSTOWN, Md. MONDAY. NOV. 25.19T4 Local, area obituaries 'Harry J. Pryor Sr. MYERSVILLE - Harry J. Pryor Sr., 61, ot Rt. 2. died Thursday al thc Washington County Hospital. Born in Wolfsvillc, ho was a son of Thcophilus C. and Rosa M. Kline Pryer. He was a farmer most ot his life in the Myersvillc area, and had been an employe for 13 years at D o u b l e d a y C o . i n Smithsburg. He was a mem- .bc'r of Grace Brethren Church, 'First and Spruce Sis., in Hagerslown. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elhel I. Harne Pryor; a daughter, Mrs. Rosalie Munch ot Rt. 3, Smithsburg; Sons, Harry J. Pryor Jr. of Rt. 3, Smithsburg, George L. Pryor of Rt. 2, Myersvillc Hpbcrt L. Pryor of Rl. 1, Myersville, and Paul R. Pryor of Rt. 2, Smithsburg; sislers, Mrs. Inia Baumbaugh ot Lantz, Mrs. Susan Early of Waynesboro, Pa., Mrs. Mary Beans and Mrs. May Kline, both o! Myersville, Mrs. Vcra Willard and Mrs. Ruth Kline, both of Smithsburg, and Mrs. Nettie Woodring of Hagerstown; Hagerstown; brothers, Albert L. Pryer and Maurice Pryer, both of Smithsburg, and 11 grandchildren. 'Services will be held on Sunday at 2:39 p.m. at the Grace Brethren .Church in "Hagerslown. Dr. Robert B. Collitt and the Rev. Raymond .H. Kettcll will officiate; burial will be in Gartield United Methodist Cemetery in Garfield. Garfield. Friends may call at the Davis Funeral Home in Smithsburg o n S a t u r d a y evening from 7 to 9, and at r the church one hour prior to 'the time of the service. The family requests the omission of flowers, a n d memorial donations may be made to a favorite charity of your choice. · Wayne Orville Shivcg PECTONVILLE, Md. Wayne Wayne Orville Shives, 47, died Saturday at the Washington County Hospital. Born in Pectonville, he was the son"of Mrs. Edna L. Miller Sbives^f Big Pool and the late Bruce E. Shives. He was a member of the Parkhead United Methodist '"Church. He was a veteran of ·''World War II, and a member 'of American Legion Post 222 of Clear, Spring. He was employed as a welder for the Western Maryland Railroad for 27 years. : Besides his mother he is survived by his wife, Edna Frances Reed Shives; two sons, Terry Shives and Bruce Shives, Shives, both at home; two sisters, Mrs. Leona Mills and Mrs. Joyce Carson, both ot Big Pool; five b r o t h e r s , Dalrrius Shives of Hagerstown, Arlis Shives of Big Pool, Adrian Shives of L a k e Charles, La., Ronald Shives of Hancock .and Keith Shives of Clear Spring. Services will be h e l d Tuesday at 2 p.m. a t Parkhead United Methodist Church. The Rev. H e n r y Fisher will officiate. Burial will be in the adjoining adjoining cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Grove Funeral Home in Hancock this evening from 7 to 9. There will be viewing at the church one hour prior to services. llary 11. Soudcrg HANCOCK, Md. - Harry H. Bonders, 59, of Star Route, died Friday evening at thc Washington County Hospital. Born in Thompson Township in Fulton County, he was a son ot the late Elijah and Dorothy Hagcrman Soudcrs. He was a farmer all his life, and a member ot the Antioch Christian Church. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Kosclla Mcllott Souders; Souders; one daughter, Mrs. Doris Jean Bain of Nccdmorc, Pa.; two sons, Harry (Jack) Souders at home and Henry William Souders ot Star Route, Hancock: one sister, Mrs. Mary Bond of llagers- town; one brother, Kenneth Soudcrs of Falls Church, Va.; one hall-slslcr, Mrs. Martha Lynch of Fricdnes, Pa.; one half-brother, Wilbur Peck of Falls Church; and t h r e e grandchildren. Services will be held today at 2 p.m. from thc Antioch Christian Church. Thc Rev. Floyd Truax and the Rev. M. Nessellrodt will officiate. Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery. Friends may call at the church at 1 p.m. today. Winona Flair MAUGANSVILLE, Md. -Winona -Winona (Bib) Flair, 46, of Box 13, died Saturday evening at t h e Washington County, Hospital. Born in Hagerstown, she was the daughter of Lewis Thomas and Ethel M a e Shradcr Smith. She is survived by two sons, Philip Lynn B u t t s , ot Maugansville and Randy Lee Flair ot Maugansville; three brothers, Charles Smith of Halfway and Ronald E. Smith oi Los Angeles, Calif., and Lewis T. Smith Jr. of Hagerstown. Services will be held at Rest Haven Tuesday at 2 p.m. The Revs. Dean Miller, Dallas Lehman, and Paul Reno will officiate. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Funeral Home Monday evening from 7 to 9. Wanda Mary Keller Wanda Mary Keller, 72, of 141 Devonshire Rd. died early Sunday morning at the Avalon Manor Nursing Home. Born in Washington County, she was the daughter of Albert Clinlon and Lida Pit- linger Leedy. I She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Daniel Myers of Greencastle and M r s . Luther Fisher of Greencaslle; two sons, Lester Keller and Ralph Keller, both of Hagerstown; Hagerstown; two sisters, Mrs. Esther Barnhart of Baltimore and Mrs. Mildred Hess of Hagerstown; Hagerstown; four brothers, Scott Leedy, Ralph Leedy, Herman Leedy, and Kenneth Leedy, all of Hagerstown; and eight grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. grandchildren. Services will be held at Rest Haven Wednesday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Robert B. Collett will officiate. Burial will be in Rest Haven Cemetery. The family will .receive friends at the Funeral Home Tuesday evening from 7 to 9. · Miss Kliea Eavey Miss Rhea Eavey, formerly of 105 E. Antietam St. and a resident of 1223 Virginia Ave., died Saturday evening al her residence. Born in Sharpsburg, she was thc daughter of the laic Clinton Clinton and Rlioda Himes Eavey. She was a member of First Christian Church, thc Loyal Daughters Sunday S c h o Class, and (he Christian Women's Women's Fellowship ot t h e Church. She was a graduate of the Christian Hospital School of Nursing, Kansas City. Mo. and was employed as a registered nurse at thc W a s h i n g County Hospital prior to her retirement. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Main of Washington, D.C., and Miss Esther 11. Eavey of Hagerstown; Hagerstown; one brother, Vcrnon A. Eavey of Hagerstown; five half-sisters, M r s . Lorraine Warner. Mrs. Jane Caudcll, and Mrs. Juam'ta Burger, all of Hagerslown, Mrs. May Wimer of St. Petersburg. Fla., and Mrs. Naomi Porter of Springfield, Mo.; and one half- brother, Robert Eavey ot Hagerstown. Services will be h e l d Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Norment Norment Funeral Home. The Dr. Wilbur S. Hogevoll will officiate. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery in Sharpsburg. The family requests that memorial donations be made to the First Christian Church Building Fund. The family will receive friends at thc funeral home Tuesday from 1 to 2 p.m. Mrs. Marie S. Snyder CLEAR SPRING, Md. -Catherine -Catherine M a r i e Starlipcr Snyder, 40, of S. Martin St., died early Saturday morning atjher home. Born in Mercersburg, Pa., she was the daughter of Jesse a n d Blanche S w e Starliper. She had resided in Clear Spring for the past nine years. She was a member of the Mt. Pleasant Church of God in Mercersburg. She is survived by her husband husband Russell Thomas Snyder; one daughter, Michele Snyder at home; six sisters, ,Mrs. Hazel Melldtt, Mrs. Audrey Fleagle and Mrs. Cecil Angle, all of Mercersburg, Mrs. Dorothy Hays of Orlando, Fla., Mrs. Leona Gordon of Rt. 1 Clear Spring and Mrs. Martha Daley of Greencastle, Pa.; three brothers, Earl Starliper and Walter Starliper and Junior Starliper, all of Mercersburg; and her mother, Mrs. Blanche Starliper of Mercersburg. Services will be h e l d Tuesday at 2 p.m. from the Mt. Pleasant Church of God. The Rev. Sara Clayton will officiate. Burial will be in thc Fairview Fairview Cemetery i n Mer- corsburg. Friends may call at the church Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Thompson Funeral Home in Clear Spring at any time prior to services. Mrs. Virginia B. Zook Mrs. Virginia Blanche Zook, 92, of 600 Washington Ave., died at her home Sunday morning. Born in Quincy, Pa./ she was the daughter of Dr. H.M. Fritz and Clara Stouffer Fritz. She was preceded in death by her husband David B. Zook. She was a graduate of

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